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can some one check this radical expression for me to make sure i got it right?

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i got \[\frac{ 3a ^{3}}{ 2 }\]
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Yes, that is correct.
@tyteen4a03 can it be shown as \[\frac{ 3 }{2}a\] ?

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@Spartan_Of_Ares No, where did the a^3 go?
@tyteen4a03 sorry i meant \[\frac{ 3 }{ 2} a ^{3}\]
@Spartan_Of_Ares No, because the whole term 3a^3 was divided by 2, not just the 3.
@tyteen4a03 4a^3 4a^2 \[\frac{ 3 }{2 }a ^{3}\] and \[\frac{ 3 }{2 }a ^{2}\] are the only choices
Oh sorry, went blind. 3/2 * a^3 is correct.
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